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ENP Newswire - 06 December 2013 Release date- 06122013 - WESTPORT, CT - Terex Corporation today announced its Board of Directors approved the initiation of quarterly cash dividends to its shareholders.
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Perceptron Director Terryll Smith unloaded 14,000 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, December 5th.
Job security remains a top issue for the Pratt & Whitney machinists union as it heads into the final days of contract negotiations with management.
A new program at Emory University, funded by the Ray C. Anderson foundation, will educate students in leadership and sustainability.
The Synod held its first LCMS Mission Summit Nov. 21-22 here, in conjunction with Lutheran Church Extension Fund's Fall Leadership Conference.
At the Graco warehouse in Minneapolis, Mickey Olson packed industrial pump hardware on Thursday to ship out to domestic markets.
To cater to the Indian farming sector, John Deere India Private Limited, a subsidiary of Deere & Company, USA has launched CH330, a sugarcane harvester in India.
Crane Co. , a diversified manufacturer of highly engineered industrial products, announced today that the European Commission has approved the definitive agreements to implement the licensing and divestiture Commitments by Crane Co.
Culp CEO Franklin Saxon sold 7,684 shares of the company's stock on the open market in a transaction that occurred on Tuesday, December 3rd.
A lineup of speakers at the BOSS conference Dec. 5, in Troy. Some 80 people, including CEOs and entrepreneurs, addressed the audience for five minutes each, presenting one slide of information and offering three takeaways.
U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer on Thursday announced he is sponsoring legislation that will extend a tax credit to help pay for railway repairs and maintenance to benefit Finger Lakes Railway and the 60 manufacturers the Geneva-based company serves.
Although economic growth for fiscal 2013 remains calm, at least one industry is engendering confidence both now and, for early fiscal 2014.
Rockwell Automation, Milwaukee, Wis., expanded its Allen Bradley power quality portfolio to now include the i-Sense monitoring solution, i-Grid service and DySC dynamic sag corrector.
AEP Industries Inc. in Stallings will create 15 jobs as it adds $6 million in new equipment to its plant on Seaboard Drive.
But critics, including organized labor, say the deal killed a ton of American manufacturing jobs, and that Northeast Indiana got hit really hard.